A-Frame House Plans
A-Frame house plans are an offshoot of the European chalet form, which is designed with a steeply pitched gable roof to shed snow. A-Frame designs take it a step further by taking the roof nearly all the way to the ground, so the home looks like the letter A.
Adam/Federal House Plans
Spacious Adam/Federal house plans present a balanced, often brick, facade to the street, usually in two or more stories. The center hall entry features both sidelights and a fanlight overhead, as well as a pediment or portico supported by columns.
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Cape Cod House Plans
New England's answer to harsh winters, Cape Cod house plans blend rugged practicality with a comfortable interior layout.
Chalet House Plans
Chalet style house plans make perfect rustic getaway homes, with forms and features inspired by Alpine architecture. Two-story plans, often on raised foundations, rise above heavy snows, topped by steep gable roofs to shed the snow and ice.
Chateauesque House Plans
The Chateauesque home is formal and classic, defined by heavy ornamentation. A cut stone exterior gives the Chateauesque home an air of elegance.
Contemporary/Modern house plans cover a wide range of sub-styles and appeal to those who appreciate an up-to-date approach to both design and living.
Cottage House Plans
The Cottage style house plan is synonymous with "cozy" but does not skimp on living space. Cottage house plans do not adhere to any specific architectural style, but my exhibit the influence of
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Dutch Colonial House Plans
Often constructed of stone with a combination of brick and clapboard, Dutch Colonial homes look solid and substantial and are the essence of coziness.
English Cottage House Plans
Springing up in American neighborhoods around the same time as Craftsman-influenced bungalows, English Cottage house share many features of modest, family-friendly bungalow designs, with a distinctly English look.
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French Country House Plans
Inspired by the cottages and grand manors of the French countryside, French country house plans are adapted to please today's homeowners.
Georgian House Plans
Still popular to this day, the Georgian style was originally imported from England during Colonial times. Larger than other Colonial house plans, Georgian homes are most suited for generous lots.
Gothic Revival House Plans
Described as church-like in appearance, Gothic Revival house plans are commonly found in the Northeast. The Gothic Revival home is easily identified by its Gothic arches and pointed windows.
Greek Revival House Plans
Italianate House Plans
Inspired by the classically-influenced architecture of Italian cities and countryside, Italianate style enjoyed an American revival throughout the 19th century.
Low Country House Plans
Low Country house plans originated near marshy Southern waterways and are best suited for such climates, though they make excellent primary or vacation homes in most any setting.
Luxury House Plans
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Mediterranean Modern House Plans
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Mission House Plans
The Mission style (really a revival, based on the style of California's 18th and 19th century missions) came to popularity in California, beginning in the 1890s, and soon spread to the rest of the Southwest and Florida.
Multifamily House Plans and Duplex Designs
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Neoclassical House Plans
Neoclassical house plans incorporate traditional elements drawn from classical architecture. The hallmark feature of Neoclassical design is a porch supported by grand columns, often extending two stories.
New American House Plans
Big inside and out, New American house plans embrace the idea of uninterrupted flow. Oversize windows allow abundant light into interior spaces.
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Queen Anne House Plans
The multistory Queen Anne house plan presents an eccentric asymmetrical façade to the street, providing a feeling of individuality and personal expression.
Second Empire House Plans
The double-sloped or "mansard" roof is a signature feature of the Second Empire house. Tall first-story windows, classical pediments, and a narrow stature are characteristic also.
Shed House Plans
A shed roof is a single plane pitched in only one direction. A subset of modern-contemporary design, shed house plans feature one or more shed roofs, giving an overall impression of asymmetry.
Shingle Style House Plans
The same Victorian movement that led to the rise of the Queen Anne style also made possible the popular Shingle style home. Distinctive towers, protruding gables, and complex rooflines connect this style to the rest of the Victorian school.
Southwest House Plans
Southwest house plans are a New World derivation of the Spanish structures that first arrived in North America in the 1600s, then surged into popularity during the 1920s.
Spanish Revival House Plans
The popularity of the Mission style led to increased interest in other Spanish styles, such as those of the Spanish colonies in North and Central America. Heavy ornamentation such as wrought-iron window and door hardware, ornately carved and shaped columns, and patterned tile or ceramic floor treatments trace this style's origins to the Old World.
Split Level House Plans
The relaxed and informal split level house plan caters to growing families, with separate spaces for daily activities. The middle level of the house plan often contains the living and dining area, the upper level holds the bedrooms, and the lower lever typically features a finished family room and garage.
Starter House Plans
Entry-level buyers looking for starter homes will look favorably on these plans, all geared toward first-time owners trying to stretch their dollars and end up with a home that they'll love.
Vacation House Plans
This collection of Vacation House Plans brings together designs tailored for typical vacation home settings - seaside, lakefront, mountain view, wooded settings, and the like - giving you a wide variety of layouts to meet the needs of the vacation-home buyer.